Newsletters

November Newsletter 2021

In this issueIndividual/Family Health Insurance Open Enrollment ContinuesHow Insurance is Like InvestingHappy ThanksgivingIndividual/Family Health Insurance Open Enrollment ContinuesOur office has been very busy getting our customers signed up during the...

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September 2021 Newsletter

Agent Anniversary – Karissa MarshallInsurance of the Heartland wants to give a huge thank you to Karissa Marshall for being a part of our team for nine years on September 4th. We appreciate all of the hard work and dedication that you have given our...

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August 2021 Newsletter

2021 Custer County Fair The 2021 Custer County Fair took place from July 30th to August 5th in Broken Bow. Our office has been a proud sponsor of the fair for many years, and we are always amazed at such a great event that the fair board puts on each year. We want to...

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June 2021 Newsletter

 New Travel RulesMany of us are getting back out there and testing the waters. But that doesn’t mean that life is back to the way it used to be when traveling.No matter how you like to get around, things have changed. Air travel is different, long car...

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May 2021 Newsletter

Staying Safe from LightningSpring has (probably) sprung, but when things get Spring-y, it can also get stormy.While you may love the pounding rain or a sudden breeze, you probably don’t like the risk that comes with storms: lightning. Homes across America...

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April 2021 Newsletter

Agent Anniversary - Kathy ScottOur office wants to give a big THANK YOU to Kathy Scott for being such a great part of our team. April 25th will mark Kathy's fifth year at Insurance of the Heartland.Kathy Scott Rain or Shine: How to Stop LeaksYou’ve heard...

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March 2021 Newsletter

Are Your Auto Liability Limits High Enough? Our main concern as agents is to make sure that our insureds have enough coverage to protect the assets that they have worked so hard to accumulate throughout their lives. However when it comes to liability exposures, the...

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